Monday, 10 March 2008

Le Docteur de Bateaux revient à un climat chaud


Aujourd'hui, mon bon ami, le Docteur des Bateaux, est revenu à Adelaïde de Georgetown, Grand Caïman.
Ici, dans cette photo, il est à 30,000 pieds au-dessus de Sibérie, où il fait probablement moins 40°C.
Pourtant, il était joyeux pour découvrir que nous avions le +40° C; - beaucoup mieux que Sibérie!
Today, my good friend, The Boat Doctor, returned to Adelaide from Georgetown, Grand Cayman.
Here, in this photo, he is at 30,000 feet above Siberia, where it's probably minus 40°C.
However, he was happy to find that we are having +40° C; much better than Siberia !

8 comments:

dive said...

Brr!
Very pretty, Monsieur, but decidedly uninviting!

claude said...

Je préfère + 40° que -40°. Je préfèrerais aller à Adélaïde qu'en Sibérie ! Je n'aime pas le froid et la chaleur ne me fait pas peur !

Marie said...

Je suis comme Claude, je préfère Adelaïde à la Sibérie !

CaBaCuRl said...

M et Mme Benaut, everyday when I hear the forecast for Adelaide, I think of you.And then this morning , they said the next 7 days all above 38deg. also, my heart sank. Don't southerly busters hit Adelaide?? When i lived in Sydney, it was what saved us after many days above 35 degs. Hmm, when i think of it, that was about 30 years ago they had temperatures like that. I do hope for some relief for you soon.

Maria said...

It has been a long, snowy Winter here on the prairie, but even I couldn't help noticing how gorgeous this photo is...

Paula said...

Wuauuuuuu!! Beautiful!

lynn said...

What a fab shot!

Terroni said...

Wow...